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The Gluten-Free Vegetable Spiralizer Cookbook: 101 Gluten-Free Recipes That Turn Vegetables Into Deliciously Satisfying Meals Using Paderno, Veggetti, ... Spiralizers! (Spiralizers 101) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 6, 2015
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I thought it was well-written, the instructions were clear and the recipes looked good. I am just very limited in what I can eat, being on a very restricted diet. That's not at all the fault of the cookbook, and my rating doesn't reflect that. I've been cooking for over 50 years, so I think I can judge a recipe when I read it and these recipes look varied, interesting, and like they would be pretty good.
There are a lot of recipes in here that I can't cook due to my restricted diet, but some I can substitute for a forbidden ingredient such as instead of sweet potato or carrot, I can use butternut squash; rutabaga or celeriac works in place of potato, and so does jicama. I can't have nuts, except for pistachios, but if it's not cost-prohibitive, I could try the Apple Ribbon Pie with Nut Crust which normally uses walnuts, peanuts, almonds or pecans.) Some things, such as spinach, potatoes, beets, rhubarb, Swiss Chard, curry powder, chili powder, I will have to leave out, unless it would cause the recipe to fail, then in that instance I can't make that recipe, unless I can substitute, such as using bok choy in place of spinach-if that works. Even if I can't use a recipe, it does often give me ideas.
BTW, it is possible to spiralize bell peppers. I do it all of the time and a favorite use is to put them on a cucumber or cucumber salad, lettuce and pickle sandwich.
I would also have to cut the recipes down as they make more than 1-2 servings, which is all I need to make. That shouldn't be too hard. That's my main criticism of the book: it isn't cooking for 1-2 people, but then nobody ever said that it was.
I think this is a good, well-written spiralizer cookbook that I can recommend.
a cookbook that every Spiralizer cook should have in their kitchen!!